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PostSubject: CBCP seeking the Truth...   February 27th 2008, 11:01 am

I will put the CBCP's statement here. And I hope may mga reaction na ma-generate ang statement na ito.

Sa akin maganda ang statement na ito, maaaring bitin pa rin pero mas maliwanag kaysa sa unang ipinalabas nila. Nawa ito ay bigyan pansin ng mga kinauukulan kasi wala namang sinabi dito na ikababagsak ng Ekonomiya o magdudulot ng digmaan kung sakaling susundin nila.

Dapat na nating simulan ang pagsugpo sa corruption sa pamamagitan ng Aktibo at Directang Pakikisangkot
(hindi lang sa pamamagitan ng pagsama sa mga rally) pagkatapos ng mahabang pagninilay at pagbabago ng sarili (na matagal na ngang ginagawa ng ibang Filipino).

Seeking the Truth, Restoring Integrity

Beloved People of God:

Greetings in the peace of the Lord!

Today in the midst of restlessness and confusion, we come to you as pastors, for that is our precise role. We do not come as politicians whose vocation it is to order society towards the common good. Our message contributes to the flourishing of a democracy which must not be built only on political formulae.

We face today a crisis of truth and the pervading cancer of corruption. We must seek the truth and we must restore integrity. These are moral values needing spiritual and moral insights.

Therefore, we address this pastoral statement to everyone particularly you our beloved people and in a special way to our political rulers and officials.

We are convinced that the search for truth in the midst of charges and allegations must be determined and relentless, and that the way to truth and integrity must be untrammeled, especially at the present time when questions about the moral ascendancy of the present government are being raised.

For this reason, we strongly:

1. Condemn the continuing culture of corruption from the top to the bottom of our social and political ladder;

2. Urge the President and all the branches of government to take the lead in combating corruption wherever it is found;

3. Recommend the abolition of EO 464 so that those who might have knowledge of any corruption in branches of government, may be free to testify before the appropriate investigating bodies;

4. Ask the President to allow her subordinates to reveal any corrupt acts, particularly about the ZTE-NBN deal, without being obstructed in their testimony no matter who is involved;

5. Appeal to our senators and the ombudsman to use their distinct and different powers of inquiry into alleged corruption cases not for their own interests but for the common good;

6. Call on media to be a positive resource of seeking the truth and combating corruption by objective reporting without bias and partiality, selective and tendentious reporting of facts;

For the long term we reiterate our call for “circles of discernment” at the grassroots level, in our parishes, Basic Ecclesial Communities, recognized lay organizations and movements, religious institutions, schools, seminaries and universities. It is through internal conversion into the maturity of Christ through communal and prayerful discernment and action that the roots of corruption are discovered and destroyed. We believe that such communal action will perpetuate at the grassroots level the spirit of People Power so brilliantly demonstrated to the world at EDSA I. It is People Power with a difference. From the grassroots will come out a culture of truth and integrity we so deeply seek and build. We instruct our CBCP Commissions to take active role including networking for this purpose.

May the Lord bless us in this sacred undertaking to build a new kind of Philippines and may our Blessed Mother be our companion and guide in this journey to truth and integrity.

For and on behalf of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines:

+Angel Lagdameo, D.D.
Archbishop of Jaro
President, CBCP
February 26, 2008

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PostSubject: Re: CBCP seeking the Truth...   February 27th 2008, 12:58 pm

A simple analogy, would ask a drug addict to lead an anti-drug campaign? Di ba hindi, maybe you need to rehabilitate muna yung drug addict pag gumaling na and let he be the living proof na walang patutunguhan ang drugs.

Same thing here, we have a president who is perceived to be corrupt and yet the bishops want her to lead an anti-coruuption drive? Sino maniniwala, I do believe in reforming a person, I believe the president needs to be rahbilitated, and she should step down before further damaging our institutions.

Yun nga hirap e, matabang yung stance, kumbaga, iwas-pusoy and chose to be politically correct.
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PostSubject: Re: CBCP seeking the Truth...   February 28th 2008, 5:35 pm

Magkita kita na lang po bukas sa Makati.

2pm pa lang nasa Don Bosco na po ako.

Gusto ko lang ipahayag ang aking kaisipan, na dapat na talagang bumababa sa puwesto si Gloria.

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PostSubject: Re: CBCP seeking the Truth...   March 1st 2008, 12:12 pm

hindi lang naman CBCP ang naghahanap ng katotohanan kundi ang bawat isang Pilipino...tama si kuya bart....dapat baguhin muna ang pinuno upang mabago ang lipunan...
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PostSubject: Re: CBCP seeking the Truth...   March 7th 2008, 2:32 pm

I think they are afraid of the truth, read Gary Granada's letter sa Philippine Tribune asking the bishops to explain their decision, he's hoping though na walang executive previlege between the Lord and the bishops.

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PostSubject: Re: CBCP seeking the Truth...   March 8th 2008, 1:00 am

Sa palagay ko panahon na para sa mga Katoliko na gampanan na ang kanilang papel sa Lipunan. Hindi na kailangan na parati na lang naghihintay sa kung ano ang sasabihin ng mga Obispo sa mga usaping panglipunan lalo na sa usaping politika.

Ang mga Layko ang dapat na gumagawa ng hakbang upang itama ang mga nakikita nilang mali at hindi na kailangan pa na utusan o sabihan ng mga Obispo. Ngayong nagsalita na ang mga Obispo at nagbigay ng ilang gabay dapat kumilos tayo.

Talagang marami lang na mga Katolikong hindi marunong sumunod sa kanilang mga pinuno. Mga sala sa init sala sa lamig.

I don't agree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. - Voltaire
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